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Man ‘dragged out of his vehicle’ in attempted carjacking at retail park

Edinburgh
Over fifty residents took to Fisherrow Beach to partake in a beach clean this weekend

Revealed: 'depressing' levels of plastic on beaches around Edinburgh

News

Huge repair backlog leaves Edinburgh roads ‘most potholed for 20 years’

News

Holyrood to back higher taxes for middle-earning Scots

Politics

UPDATE: Incident cleared following accident on Quality Street

Edinburgh

In Pictures: 5 Edinburgh roads ‘ravaged by potholes’

Edinburgh

Revealed: Tom Jones among headliners for Edinburgh Summer Sessions

Edinburgh
Elise Christie of Great Britain crashes out during the Ladies Short Track Speed Skating 1000m Heats. Picture; Getty

Elise Christie disqualified from final Winter Olympic event

Edinburgh

Helen Martin: Why cyclists should all be ‘lightmares’

Helen Martin
Craig Laidlaw gets to work as MSP Joe FitzPatrick and the other graduates of the work placement scheme look on. Picture: Alan Richardson

BT connects young workers with skills

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Staff member Beth Fisher at Earthy Food Stores, Canonmills. 
Pic Neil Hanna

Future of Earthy in doubt after business in administration

Edinburgh
Lisa Stephenson. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Cancer survivor who defied odds smashes Maggie’s fundraising aim

News 2
Fergus Johnnie Graham completed 32 operational flights

Bomber Command gunner Fergus ‘Johnnie’ Graham remembered

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Screenings for mothers and babies can be a lifeline for new mums. Picture: Cate Gillon

Parents could be allowed to bring babies to watch 15-rated films

Entertainment 3

Leith unites to help homeless man drenched with bucket of water

News 28
Ryan Montgomery receives the Dougie Geddes award from Corstorphine Rotary Club president Arthur Barlow

‘Remarkable’ Ryan is a real lifesaver

News 1

Top city firms named at Edinburgh Business Awards

Business 1

‘My sister was with me every step of the way to Everest Base Camp’

News 2

Family of Edinburgh mum who died in bin lorry crash agree £800k compensation

News
A man was dragged out his car in an attempted robbery at a retail park. Picture; Google Maps

Man ‘dragged out of his vehicle’ in attempted carjacking at retail park

Edinburgh
Inverness Sheriff Court. Picture: Neil Hanna

Man kept owl heads in jam jars to sell as artefacts for witches

Crime
Michael Mowat

Family pay tribute to killer murdered in prison

Crime 1
Liam Colgan. Picture: Contributed

Family confirm first sighting of missing Liam Colgan

Crime

West Lothian man assaulted his neighbour and smashed in window

Our Region

Two men in court over Edinburgh house robberies

Crime

Hunt for motorist who abandoned car on bypass causing traffic chaos

Edinburgh

West Lothian gang launch ‘vicious’ attack on man with workmen’s tools

Crime
Emergency services are on the scene.

UPDATE: Incident cleared following accident on Quality Street

Edinburgh

In Pictures: 5 Edinburgh roads ‘ravaged by potholes’

Edinburgh
ScotRail passengers face disruption

Commuters face delays due to major signal fault in Glasgow

Transport

Huge repair backlog leaves Edinburgh roads ‘most potholed for 20 years’

News 11
Network Rail say 2500 staff will be working around the clock to complete the works. Picture: Contributed

Network Rail ‘will work around clock’ to finish £23m upgrades

News
There were huge hold-ups on the bypass. Picture: Traffic Scotland

Hunt for motorist who abandoned car on bypass causing traffic chaos

Edinburgh

Edinburgh car parking rate rise branded ‘highway robbery’

Transport 19

Cycling allocated 10% of Edinburgh’s transport budget

Edinburgh 8

Helen Martin: Why cyclists should all be ‘lightmares’

Opinion 1

Video: Man arrested after digger crashes into Buckie building

Transport
Care at home is seen as the ideal situation for many.

Care in crisis: Edinburgh’s social care leader outlines how extra £4 million will be invested

News 1

University of Edinburgh students demand lecture strike compensation

News 4
Anas Sarwar said more needed to be done to encourage ethnic minorities to enter the teaching profession in Scotland. Picture: John Devlin

Scotland needs more ethnic minority head teachers, says Sarwar

Politics 3

Concerns over ‘diluted’ teacher training standards

News 1

Susan Morrison: Down with Proms, bring back school discos!

Opinion

Edinburgh University researcher in chemical spill alert

Edinburgh

Poor pupils in Edinburgh missing out on school uniform assistance

Education 3

Young city musicians to perform for Prince Harry and Meghan visit

News
Care at home is seen as the ideal situation for many.

Care in crisis: Edinburgh’s social care leader outlines how extra £4 million will be invested

News 1
Mervyn Miller (age 70)
. Edinburgh charity Birthlink help people affected by adoption.

Edinburgh pensioner mourns loss of funding for Birthlink charity

Health
Liz Leckie is planning to take her motorbike around Europe. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Liz Leckie: You can’t crush my spirit, Cancer

Opinion
Medical marijuana on display at a dispensary in Los Angeles, California. Picture: Getty

Calls for British boy to be given medical cannabis licence

News
Among the other controversial proposals are introducing portion limits on the size of takeaway, pub and restaurant meals. Picture: PA

Plans to curb junk food and takeaway portion size in Scotland

Politics
NHS staff across Edinburgh and the Lothians face the worst wait in Scotland to get a parking ticket, Photo by Jayne Wright

Lothian NHS staff worst hit over parking permit queue

Health 5
Plans to move maintenance helpdesk jobs from Little France to Lanarkshire have been attacked

Concern over move to ‘centralise’ Edinburgh Royal Infirmary fixers

News 3

Family’s video of teen’s struggle with cerebral palsy goes viral

Our Region 3

Hibs star donates £40k to charity in memory of starlet David Paul

Health 6

Terminally ill mum praises yoga centre after break-in

News

Celebrating 70 years of the National Health Service

News 1
Potholes can occur after a road has been dug up by a utility firm (Picture: Neil Hanna)

Donald Anderson: Why potholes are an ever-present problem

Opinion 1
Auditors say the Government arent fully funding their childcare promises. Picture: Michael Gillen

Daniel Johnson: SNP doesn’t value local solutions

Opinion
Old age may have its advantages but the downside weighs more heavily on Susan Dalgety (Picture: Getty)

Susan Dalgety: How old folk are going to bleed Scotland dry

Opinion 2
The infamous pledge on the pro-Brexit campaign bus (Picture: Getty Images)

Susan Dalgety: The bus that tells the truth about Brexit

Opinion

Susan Dalgety: Why rich Edinburgh should pay more council tax

Opinion 1

Darren McGarvey: Personal responsibility is a left-wing issue too

Opinion

Euan McGrory: Elise Christie has had a crushing run of bad luck

Opinion

Liz Leckie: You can’t crush my spirit, Cancer

Opinion
Lewis Ritchie

‘Punch’ row councillor Lewis Ritchie quits SNP

Politics 2
Potholes can occur after a road has been dug up by a utility firm (Picture: Neil Hanna)

Donald Anderson: Why potholes are an ever-present problem

Opinion 1
Auditors say the Government arent fully funding their childcare promises. Picture: Michael Gillen

Daniel Johnson: SNP doesn’t value local solutions

Opinion
The infamous pledge on the pro-Brexit campaign bus (Picture: Getty Images)

Susan Dalgety: The bus that tells the truth about Brexit

Opinion
A three per cent council tax increase isn't too much to ask when children are not getting enough to eat

Susan Dalgety: Why rich Edinburgh should pay more council tax

Opinion 1

Holyrood to back higher taxes for middle-earning Scots

Politics 3
Care at home is seen as the ideal situation for many.

Care in crisis: Edinburgh’s social care leader outlines how extra £4 million will be invested

News 1

Darren McGarvey: Personal responsibility is a left-wing issue too

Opinion

Scotland needs more ethnic minority head teachers, says Sarwar

Politics 3

Call to scrap ‘sport tax’ plan amid fears for future of grassroots facilities

Politics 1

Lib Dems investigated over Holyrood election spending

Politics
The Belles Stratagem - Lyceum

Review: The Belle’s Stratagem - ‘Restoration’ farce is outrageous fun

Entertainment
Fiona Hyslop has been urged to ensure artists have direct access to the Scottish Government in future.

Artists demand greater say from Scottish Government after Creative Scotland cuts

Entertainment

Revealed: Tom Jones among headliners for Edinburgh Summer Sessions

Edinburgh

Whisky Distillery Tester wanted - Is this Scotland’s best job?

Edinburgh

Edinburgh named as UK’s top city for inward investment

Business
The infamous pledge on the pro-Brexit campaign bus (Picture: Getty Images)

Susan Dalgety: The bus that tells the truth about Brexit

Opinion

Warnings over toy after girl ends up in Edinburgh hospital

Edinburgh